I often ponder the comparative scales of some 1/48th-ish scale firearms for conversions when looking around on bitz sites, and since I have a fair few lying around I figured I'd make a comparison from what I had for others Some weapons were still on a sprue for comparison, so I took closer-shots of their counterparts. I also took some closer comparisons of some Hasselfree and Corvus stuff, as the former are one of the nice suppliers of "infinity-ish" scale metal guns Warlord Bolt Action M1911 versus Tamiya 1/35th luger and Warlord/Wargames Project Z M1911. The upscaling of the pistols here seems rather apparent from 28mm/heroic scale games, and as a result it seems a 1/35th pistol should work well with an Infinity-ish scale, as I have been advised more than once (As an aside, someone on WGC Facebook pointed me towards a company called Live-Resin as having supplied their pistols for conversions and they look like they're pretty good) 1/35th Tamiya versus Warlord 28mm M1 Carbines 1/35th Tamiya versus Warlord 28mm M3 "Grease Guns". Fun tip: An M3 Grease Gun and M3A1 can be identified easily by the presence or lack of a cocking handle respectively. At least at these scales. Hasslefree G36C versus Corvus Belli Nomad Combi-Rifle. Note the Combi-Rifle has a far shorter stock than the G36C, but the two are otherwise quite close in size in these forms. Hasslefree G36C versus Corvus Belli Nomad Spitfire (Older style from the Spec-Ops), note that they again are pretty close in size, albeit the futuregun is waaaay taller and boxier.... I've also got some 40k stuff (tau, eldar, ork, marine, IG) I can compare to some of these if anyone has any requests, since a lot of the best bits makers seem to scale for 40k.